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- Penelope Spain Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Mentoring Today
- Brandon M. Former committed youth
- Albert Herring Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney for External Affairs, United States Attorney's Office, District of Columbia
- Dwayne Betts Former committed youth; college student
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